Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment

For Nick Morris, art imitates life

By NATHAN RIVALLAND ‘Sometimes life hits you in the head with a brick. Don't lose faith’, (Steve Jobs). It would be fair to say that plenty...

Meet Tori – artist, writer, therapy enthusiast and highly anxious person

By Brittany Lazarus “I didn’t understand I was suffering from anxiety daily until I was in my early 20s, the stigma against any kind of...

Redrawing history: The revival of Amazigh tattooing

Deakin University student Shannon Tucker was in Morocco on a Global Journalism Exchange program when she meet the founder of the Aswad Tattooing Club...

Broken relationships but not broken people

We’ve all had that moment, perhaps when we are moving or perhaps when we are looking in the spare closet for that extra warm...

Vegan Festival Market visits Bunjil Place

Narre Warren’s Bunjil Place was transformed into a vegan's dream on Sunday, with the Vegan Festival Market taking place in the community centre’s courtyard. The...

My top 5 Stan TV series

Now we all know that Stan has increased its popularity tenfold by adding our favourite Disney movies, but what about TV shows? Having to...

Video: More than just sex

Nick Bronson is a male escort.  He gives us his insight into a highly stigmatised industry and talks about his range of clientele, social prejudice...

Detective Pikachu: cursed or commemorated?

Ever heard of the 'video game movie curse'? If not, let me explain a little. This ‘video game movie curse’ is an unofficial term...

Podcast: The good and the bad of TV sitcom endings

Television shows are often defined by how they end. A series considered to be great from start to finish that falls flat in its...

Female Film Fanatics podcast: movies that are almost classics

Millennials have seen many films released in their lives, but how many of those will go down as classics? Nicola Pavan and Michaela Meade are...